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Tracy H. Tucker

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Tracy H. Tucker is first and foremost the mother of three of the best people on Earth. She has a Master's in Literacy from the University of Maine and has inspired the youth of America for seventeen years. She's an avid animal lover and would like to publicly thank her husband for putting up with the pet hair, the dogs in the bed, the things the cats hack up and the repeated requests for goats. It's a wonderful life.

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“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” — Mahatma Gandhi

I want to go back to just a week ago, when I, blissfully ignorant, did not realize that many animals in shelters across the country are packed in gas chambers and suffocated as a form of “euthanasia.” Being a lifelong animal rights advocate, I can’t believe I didn’t know this unt... Read more of this blog post »
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I Kill Me: Tales of A Jilted Hypochondriac (Literature & Fiction)
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Description: Christine Bacon has a fatal attraction. To all things fatal. A veteran hypochondriac, her near-death experiences are exacerbated when her husband proposes they have a threesome with Eleanor, his busty British massage therapist, to “shake things up.” Christine reluctantly agrees (although she is more wholesome than threesome), never expecting just how much she'd be rattled. As her marriage to Richard, a/k/a “Dick,” falls apart, so, too, does Christine, whose fear of her own demise causes her to research every freckle, blemish, cough, bump, lump, tingle and hiccup. She isn't a doctor, but she plays one on the internet. There is solace for Christine: in teaching, raising daughters Lily and Carli, leaning on her friends, and wearing out the shower massager. In order to heal, she struggles to become her own person and to view her symptoms (and ex-husband) as less malignant, while searching for that special someone who will love her—despite her grave condition.
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"I don't usually compare BUT I will just this once. Fans of Jennifer Weiner's Good in bed or Mary Kay Andrew's Hissy Fit, take note. I Kill Me is comparably smart and funny. When I started the book, I was concerned, but found myself laughing out lo..." Read more of this review »
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"Great book I read in two days. I tried to tell a class of freshmen about it yesterday and how good it was, and they all said, "It sounds so depressing." But it wasn't at all! I said, "No more so than any story about a kid in middle school." It rea..." Read more of this review »
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"This book was great. If you can get past the first chapter (which is not as graphic as it seems), it is quite an enjoyable book. I read it as a supplement to my more serious reads. At points it had me laughing out loud.

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“If my ex-husband could move on, I could, too. I would search for my gardener, someone who would help me to grow and bloom, but who would recognize the fragility of a new flower just starting to poke out of the ground.

If I was lucky, he’d have a long cultivator.”
Tracy H. Tucker, I Kill Me: Tales of A Jilted Hypochondriac

“I felt myself begin to slide down into that recognizable abyss, down and down, where I knew it would be cold and dark, but which had become more familiar to me than my face in the mirror. I knew I should instead be grateful for this time with my two best friends, for having laughed, but I let myself slide anyway. And hoped someone would pull me back up.”
Tracy H. Tucker, I Kill Me: Tales of A Jilted Hypochondriac

“You’re not a doctor. Remember that.
No, but I play one on the internet.”
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